Just to share this. Made me laugh. I have two ponds. One is a large container pond that has had resident Green Frogs in past summers. The other is a larger raised pond.
Both have nice aquatic plants for cover and little "beaches", which should be very inviting for frogs.
I also have a plain bucket, which sits under an outside faucet to catch the dripping hose. It's got tons of decaying leaves in it from the winter, and nothing else but whatever water lands in it.
So, of course, this young frog has moved in to the bucket and seems to have taken up permanent residence. LOL.
I imagine that as he gets larger, that rim is going to get more and more uncomfortable.